Oliver S. Flint has written: 'The caddisflies of Jamaica (Trichoptera)' -- subject(s): Classification, Insects, Caddisflies 'Studies of neotropical caddisflies, XXX' -- subject(s): Insects, Limnephilidae, Larvae, Classification 'Studies of neotropical caddisflies, XLV' -- subject(s): Caddisflies, Classification 'Studies of neotropical caddisflies' -- subject(s): Caddisflies 'Studies of neotropical caddisflies, XXXIII' -- subject(s): Classification, Insects, Caddisflies
Alfred Edwards Emerson has written: 'The termite family Serritermitidae (Isoptera)' -- subject(s): Serritermes serrifer, Termites 'The neotropical genera Procornitermes and Cornitermes (Isoptera, Termitidae)' -- subject(s): Procornitermes, Cornitermes, Termites 'The termites of Kartabo, British Guiana' -- subject(s): Insects, Termites 'The neotropical genus Syntermes (Isoptera: Termitidae)' -- subject(s): Termites
Peru does. Peru has about 4000 different species of butterflies. This is because Peru also contains 84 out of the 104 ecosystems in the world. This is because it has unique mountainous straight to lowland Amazon basin stretching from the Andes to the Brazilian and Bolivian borders. The Neotropical region (Central and South America) have the greatest diversity of butterflies in the world. The Neotropical region is home to 7784 butterflies out of the 17657…
Neotropical refers to one of the eight biogeographic regions of the world. Specifically the neotropics are the region of the New World stretching from central Mexico southward through Central America and most of South America. It also includes the West Indies and southern Florida. The neotropics is delineated by similarities in flora and fauna and is characterized by having much of the worlds' remaining rain and cloud forests. Tropical refers to a geographic band circling…
Volker Puthz has written: 'An additional new Stenus from Australia - Coleoptera, Staphylinidae -' -- subject- s -: Accessible book, Insects, Stenus, Beetles 'Studies on the neotropical species of Stenus described by Bernhauer - Coleoptera, Staphylinidae -' -- subject- s -: Insects, Stenus, Classification
Lennart Andersson has written: 'Revision of Heliconia subgen. Stenochlamys (Musaceae-Heliconiodeae)' -- subject(s): Classification, Heliconia 'Svenska flygplan' -- subject(s): non-fiction, Aircraft industry, History, aviation 'A provisional checklist of neotropical Rubiaceae' -- subject(s): Rubiaceae
Arnold S. Menke has written: 'A new South American toe biter (Hemiptera, Belostomatidae)' -- subject(s): Belostoma rhomboides, Hemiptera 'New genera and species of wasps of the tribe Trypoxylonini from the neotropical region (Hymenoptera, Sphecidae, Larrinae)' -- subject(s): Classification, Sphecidae
Gordon Jon Howes has written: 'Anatomy and phylogeny of the Chinese major carps Ctenopharyngodon Steind., 1866 and Hypophthalmichthys Blkr., 1860' 'Notes on the anatomy of Macrochirichthys macrochirus (Valencinnes), 1884, with comments on the Cultrinae (Pisces, Cyprinidae)' 'Problems in catfish anatomy and phylogeny exemplified by the Neotropical Hypophthalmidae (Teleostei : Siluroidei)'
Krishna Kumar has written: 'A revision of the neotropical termite genus Neocapritermes (Isoptera. Termitidae, Termitinae)' -- subject(s): Neocapritermes, Termites 'Evaluating democracy assistance' -- subject(s): Democratization, International cooperation, Technical assistance 'USAID's media assistance' 'A generic revision and phylogenetic study of the family Kalotermitidae (Isoptera)' -- subject(s): Termites, Classification, Kalotermitidae
Cane frog or cane toad also known as the Giant Neotropical Toad or Marine Toad, is a large, terrestrial true toad native to Central and South America. Cane toads are a serious conservation issue in Australia. As their populations increase, they threaten the existence of many natural animals. Cane toads are tough and adaptable, as well as being poisonous throughout their life cycle, and have few predators in Australia.
Jay Mathers Savage has written: 'The Isthmian Link and the evolution of neotropical mammals' -- subject(s): Evolution, Mammals 'The geographic distribution of frogs' -- subject(s): Frogs, Zoogeography 'Introduction to the herpetofauna of Costa Rica =' -- subject(s): Amphibians, Identification, Reptiles 'Systematics and distribution of the Mexican and Central American rainfrogs of the Eleutherodactylus gollmeri group (Amphibia: Leptodactylidae)' -- subject(s): Frogs
James Ray Dixon has written: 'Revision of the neotropical snake genus Chironius Fitzinger (Serpentes, Colubridae)' -- subject(s): Chironius 'Amphibians and reptiles of Texas' -- subject(s): Identification, Reptiles, Amphibians 'The reptiles of the Upper Amazon Basin, Iquitos region, Peru' -- subject(s): Reptiles 'A review of the lizards of the iguanid genus Tropidurus in Peru' -- subject(s): Lava lizards, Reptiles
Sea otters are the only species in their genus, Enhydra. However, there are thirteen species of otter in the subfamily Lutrinae; these include the Marine otter, the North-American river otter, the Neotropical river otter, the Southern river otter, the Eurasian otter, the Hairy-nosed otter, the Asian small-clawed otter, the African clawless otter, the Congo clawless otter, the Giant otter, the Smooth-coated otter, the Spotted-necked otter, and (of course) the Sea otter.